RAIN OR SHINE: SAN ANTONIO PRESENTS 6TH ANNUAL LUMINARIA
SAN ANTONIO (March 8, 2013) – The Sixth Annual Luminaria will take place Saturday, March 9, 2013 in HemisFair Park and downtown San Antonio from 7 p.m. to midnight. Luminaria will take place, rain or shine. However, in the event of rain, music and art installations will be moved inside the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and the indoor venues in HemisFair Park will also be open.
“We are confident that, rain or shine, San Antonio’s Sixth Annual Luminaria will be a night to remember,” says Richard Rosen, Artistic Director of Luminaria.
Photo’s by: Ramon Hernández
Entertaining San Antonio audiences for the twelfth time Ballet Folkólrico de México de Amalia Hernández graced us with another unforgettable performance this past weekend. Thanks to ARTS San Antonio for bringing back the dynamic choreography, vibrant costumes and a cast of 65-70 dancers whose artistic and physical excellence wow the audience from the Matachines opening scene to the gaiety of the Jalisco finale. Accompanying the dancers on stage are 15 musicians and a Mariachi band that are part of the world famous and highly lauded Ballet Folklórico group.
Published October 7, 2012 | By Ramón Hernández
Le Grand is now on national television and we have unable to locate Ruth. However, Sunny is back in San Antonio as Laura Youngs and last month the Houston-born Air Force brat came to the Hispanic Entertainment Archives to give us her story.
Poetry Reading @Barns & Noble
Story and photos by joseph Martinez
Every Tuesday at 7:00 Pm, Barns& Noble book store across from north star mall . There is a collection of local talented group of poets reciting well thought out poetry.
Heading this group is the “Sun Poet Society” Rod C Stryker. With his Mac Book in tow, Rod spoke of a person named “Ted Baines”. Now if you repeat something long enough. Some people will tend to believe and in this case it dose apply. Ted, of course is not of this world but in the wonderful mine of Mr. Stryker
“Las Tesoros de San Antonio”
“A Westside Story”
Jorge Sandoval is a local actor, filmaker, photographer and technican. He returns to filmaking with the exiting documentary “Las Tesoros de San Antonio”/A WestSide Story.”Experience the sights and sounds.
Saturday, 6th Oct, 2-3:00PM
Central Library Auditorium
Sunday, 7th Oct ,2-3:30 PM
Bazan Branch Library
El Bolero II is a musical program that promises to seduce its listeners with an array of romantic ballads.
And as Patricia Pérez-Lemppaf, the show’s artistic director says, “However, remember that falling in love and being in love can sometimes end in heartache. So be prepared for this music to capture your soul and the lyrics transcend you and make you reminisce about a past or present love.
“So whether you’re in love, have fallen out of love or you’re in the process of conquering a sweetheart, the bolero will enlighten your heart and soul with visions of passionate love.”
Story and photos by Joseph Martinez
It was fun for family and the young at heart at the San Antonio Luminaria2012.
Lights’ Light’s and MORE Lights. Your senses were burning with delight, as you walk on to the ground. Seeing kids just running around and Just having fun old time.
Later in the evening I found a venue playing some jazz music. Being that Jazz appreciation -month just past. I wanted to check it out. There was an assortment of persons reciting poetry. Some were well seasoned…and some …not so much. But that’s OK. That is what life interesting.